Image above: Michel Montecrossa & Mirakali in between at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com), this year the Festival takes place from 31st July to 4th August 2019.
Movie Treasures: Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song movie ‘Bygone Times’
Michel Montecrossa says about ‘Bygone Times’:
“‘Bygone Times’ is a New-Topical-Song Movie about love seen from the other side of the divide. It makes me think about Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger.”
The wind is howling / in an empty place / cold and strange like eyes / that stare into a glass / covered by dust / of bygone times.
A room might be there / in that desert-home, / filled with thoughts we once loved, / filled with visions / and memories / and all things / that once were precious / to you and me.
I would like to meet you / in a better place / and a better time, too. / But now I’m here, / where I saw you last, / where I lost my heart, / where all my feelings / are caught in bygone times.
Tell me, my love, are you happy still / in arms that are not mine? / Tell me, girl, don’t you see sometimes / bygone times passing by, / slow with pain / of a touching past, / once so sacred, once so bright, / forever lost, / yet living still / in some chamber of the mind?
Oh, how much I would like you to spare / this show of fading beats / of a loving heart / lost and struggling / where the cold wind blows / across the fields / of bygone times, / yes, of bygone times, my love.
Between the pages of a history book / I found a folded page, / sheltering a drawing / scribbled down by you / while you called me on the phone. / And I saw you near, babe, / and I felt you near, babe, / and I could understand, babe, / our love is so real / and not a finished tale / buried in the dust / of history’s pages / frozen into a figure / or a monument old.
No, it is living with all its might, / our love is strong and unbroken. / And I know you feel it, too, / at the same time as I do. / Yes, I am sure / that wherever you are / and whomever you might love / and whoever loves you / you’ll know: our love / doesn’t belong / to the times of bygone ages.
Here we go: part 111 of the Friday Tunes featuring a selection of Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali taken from various albums.
I Picture Myself (by Michel Montecrossa), Genre: electro-acoustic version
Fo The Greatest Love (by Mirakali), Genre: Electronica
Let Me Be With You Tonight (by Michel Montecrossa), Genre: New Country
Dreamin’ With Tears In My Eyes (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers), Genre: Cyberrock / Country
Movie: A Song – appealing to the conscience of the leaders of Iran, Russia, Israel and America not to lose sight of the people
Michel Montecrossa about ‘A Song’ (from his Slam Poetry Earth and Peace Musical ‘The Invisible Wall’):
“There are millions and billions of children, mothers and fathers living on planet earth. They don’t need wars to prove something and they don’t need politos who don’t know how to live properly and are badly in need of a conscience.
‘A Song’ is a passionately non-propagandistic appeal to the conscience of the leaders of Iran, Russia, Israel and America not to lose sight of the people and not to send millions and billions of children, mothers and fathers to death.
‘A Song’ sees the world as the world of the people who know how to live and not as the world of a few dangerously old politos who are out of touch with reality.”
Movie Treasures: Michel Montecrossa’s video and song ‘I Want To Live’. The video for ‘I Want To Live’ is included in Michel Montecrossa’s autobiographical Free Cinema biopic ‘Portrait Of A Cyberrocker’ – Part One: Like An Awakening Breeze’ that is available via the Mirapuri-Shop.com, music & film & 2D animation by Michel Montecrossa
Michel Montecrossa Concert Treasures: Michel Montecrossa, Mirakali and Diana Antara performing the ‘Sweet Kiss New Year Concert 2007’.
The Songs: Welcome Song, On The Road Of Happiness, So Sei Es!, Fire Of Freedom, Vikingbride, Futurelight Tekno, Exploration Teknotrance, Sexy Energy, Cyberdance, Cosmic Destination, Auferstanden, As Long As You Live, Teknolove, Cybernight, Dreamname (Here Is The Answer), Cyberecstasy, Tantra Girl, Get Crackin’